The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 23, 1958 · Page 8
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 8

Austin, Minnesota
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Tuesday, December 23, 1958
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Students Sing for Rotarians j Part y ls Glven by Policemen Dr. Schwartz Justice of Pease at Hollandale to Serve as Never Has Performed a Marriage School Patrol Psychiatrist TUES., DEC. 23, 1958 PAGE 8 HOLLAND ALE. Minn - A Jus-'retired and moved to town. He' Each Spring, De Vrlefce takes tice of the peace who has never,kept 23 acres in the village limns his tractor out, because he likes married a couple Is entering his j and farms this land. He now cul- working with the soil. Dr. Carl A. Schwartz, 35, will j20th year of dispensing Justice' tivates two acres and rents the) "Maybe I will quit this year; too take over as psychiatrist of the, in Hollandale. Mower County Mental Health Clin-i And this JP doesn't plan on evef Vrieze. I rest to his grandson, .Tack De- many gray hairs," he comment- Students today are being re- The Austin AJrei, M Austin High School trngwa, under the direction of Wilbur Funk, entertained RotarUns Monday noon with a, warded for their school patrol ac selection of seldom-heard Christ- j tivilics throughout the school year. mas carols, '' Patrolman Victor Bauer, presi- The program 5* • yearly oc- dent of the Austin Police Benefit oasion for Rotarians when sing- Assn.. said that 368 patrol young- ing groups from Austin and Pa- sters in Austin schools are being cell! high schools are holiday j treated to their second annual guests. j Christmas party at the Sterling Among the more unusual selec- Theater. jic Jan. 2, Harold Mickelson, chair- iman of the mental health board, said today. Dr. Schwartz was born in Haselton. Pa., received his MD from the University of P e n n s ylvania lions were, "Master's In This On the schedule are movies, can- Hall," a Huron Indian carol sungjdy, peanuts, apples and pop corn first in 1642, "Pattapan," "The j Bauer said tiie party will be an Friendly Beasts" and "Christmas i annual event of the benefit osso- Greeting." ciation. Rotarians were asked to lend performing a marriage ceremony. "I'm afraid the knot wouldn't stay tied," JP John DeVrleie, explains. "There are four ministers in Hollandale, that's their business." Since taking office in 1939, De- >lants on the two-acre plot. The Mexicans like corn and berries, JeVrieze explained. School of Medi-' Vriese has had several chances cine in 1947 and: 10 officiate at marriages. One Dr. Schwartz did his undergraduate work at Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pa. He interned at ally popular carols. Riceville Pastor Plans to Retire Knauer to Be School Principal Tliomas Knauer, son of Mr. and . Mrs. R. J. Knauer, 405 N. Sixth, Geisinger Memorial Hospital, Danville, Pa. and spent one year each as a resident in pathology and internal medicine at the same hos- Opposes Hurried Marriages "I didn't think they should get married in a hurry," De Vrieze said, "so I refused to marry them and sent them to one of the ministers in town, and he declined to marry them too. I guess I was right on that one." De Vrieze, now 84, was appointed to an unexpired term in 1939 since elected 10 times. He didn't — _,_._ r .___ —, want another term, but the jthe new Adler Park School,| Ui y ears in internal medicine and > townspeople prevailed upon him RICEVILLE, Iowa - The Rev.ijjbertyvUle, 111. P.oy Burkirk, su- thrce y ears m Psychiatry. ! and wrote hlm back jmo of f ice . Walter B. Schilling, pastor of thei perintendent> Libertyville Elemen- From July 1957 to Jan. 1, 1958 j He is Hollandale's only active JP. First Congregational Church, has tary Schoola> made the announce .|he was at Anoka State Hospital as Most o{ the court work is traffic rendered his resignation, effective ; menti chief of acute intensive treatment and iUegal par ki n g cases with May 1,1989. ^ ' j Knauer, a 1954 Pacelll High: 5 *"** and chief of psychiatrici a few bill-c6llecting cases during The Rev. Mr. Schilling, pastor ;School graduatei attended Austin servic e- i the year, since September 1957, plans to re- Junior Col , on a Veterfln 0{ - ...... ' ' During part of World War II and the Korean War he was a lieutenant in the Navy Medical Corps. Between 1953 and 1957 he took a I has been appointed principal of i fellowship at the Mayo Clinic - couple he remembers well came to him with a license issued that day. tire from the ministry. May your hoTkJay season be filled with merry days and may joy and good wiH f*U your heart LARRY HALTOM Buick - Pontiac Inc. 508 Lcniing HE 3-2321 Foreign Wars scholarship before spending two years with the Air He and his wife Ramona and! "There was little business the their 4-year-old son Michael are residing at 1212 Eberhart Drive. Force. He graduated cum laude,, University of Minnesota, 1956, aJ3 ChoirS Present political science major. ' Kanuer has been mathematics instructor at Highland Junior High School, since 1957. One of a family of five sons, he is currently a candidate for a Master's Degree from the University of Colorado. He is spending the Christmas holidays with his parents. Announce Increose in Surplus Account An increase in the surplus ac- Service at Adams ADAMS, Minn. — The three Church, took part in the Christmas first years in office," DeVrieze said, "until they put the n.e.w highway in and the patrol start ed working around here." 100 Cases in Year He handled 246 highway cases in six years and had 100 cases one year. Now many of the highway offenders are arraigned in the Albert Lea Municipal Court and 1 j 11 » — * fiiuci b uca A>iiuiii>4uai v*uvu i* «uu carols and candles service Sunday. De Vrieze just handleg arrests The youth, junior and senior choirs were directed by Miss Rosene Hanson, Bible School instructor, and accompanied by Mrs. Donald Larson, organist, and Mrs. Martin Prescott, pianist. The Rev. Truman P. Mohn, pastor, read the Christmas scriptures of prophecy and fulfillment and count -of the Austin State Bank I gave a meditation. The service from $300,000 to $400,000 was an- closed with the congregation light- nounced today by A. H. Haaken- ing candles, son, president. ) This action was taken following Qne Hit 1 approval by the Board of Direc-i tors at the regular December Accidents Reported meeting. The increase in the sur-' made by Warren Randall, Hollan dale marshal. "Occasionaly there are some disorderly conduct charges broughl into court here," he said, "bui the serious offenders are turnec over to the sheriff's office am arraigned in Albert Lea. Most o: the juveniles go there, too." DeVrieze has lived in Hollandale since 1922, when the only building in town was the Reformec Church parsonage. He moved from ; ed. He plants sweet corn and has j "You say that every year," aspberry bushes and strawberry j Mrs. DeVrleie interpolated "You'll be back out there." "I suppose," he agreed. "A Wan 1 has to have some work to do." JOHN DEVRIEZE 2 Other I° wa *° a 120-acre farm. Some, High, Some Peat plus account was accomplished by transfer from undivided profits which reflects retained earnings over a period of years. The effect of the change will increase the capital and surplus from $500,000 to $600,000 and make it possible for the bank to serve the expanding needs of the Austin trade area; Haakenson said. tat Christmas Wishes • Don Speck • Frank Speck • Bob Borchardt Ash t Water HE 7-4343 CONVENIENT DRIVE-IN SERVICE The Ideal GIFT FOR CHRISTMAS Bring Hearing by Christmas to your "Hard of Hearing" Loved One! Mew ! Hear better with S*imtf« w* were Ml fwJ natural ...clwmr, Mtier le Yev cm |u4fi ft* distance and No*...let Zoith brta| you the briUi»nc», enjoyment *od safety of hewing better with both tars! CooM ia for t thrilling free dero- on»tr»tion. You'll find that Zenith ijvw you all the benefits of th» < W«Ar H method »t k*<. cost then many "single-car 10 -Day Money-Back liuatanice. One-Tear Warrant) I'i»t-Year Ser\ite Plan. Austin Hearing Center 404Vi A. North Main HE 3-7195 Above The Bootery One hit-run collision and two others were reported to police. 4:12 p.m. Monday, front of 605 Center, Ronald I. Noble, Austin Rt. 1, $100; Elmer E. Klapperick, Austin Rt. 3, $50. | 9:30 a.m. today River and Garfield, Miss Sharon Munson, 1302 S. River, none, hit unidentified parked car. 7:40 a.m. today, in front of 408 Garfield, Otto A. Miller, 1304 S. River, $100; Alma G. Verveka, 803 S. Franklin, $175. Early Rink Closings Preceding Holidays Skating rinks at East Side Lake, Horace Austin State Park, Kaufman Playground and the Lagoon will close at 5 p.m. Christmas Eve and New Years Eve. The schedule at these rinks remains Monday through Saturday 1 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. and Sundays and Holidays from 2 to 5 p.m. and from 7 to 9 p.m. "Part of it was high land and part was peat," De Vrieze recalled. "I had brought my cattle and machinery up from Iowa, «o I was a combination high land and vegetable farmer." Then, DeVrieze's memory jumped back 70 years, when the family was moving from Abeline, Kan., to Nebraska. "We went by covered wagon, it took 11 days because of bad roads," he related. "My mother and sisters slept in the wagon at night and dad and I slept under the wagon with guns across our stomachs. "There were Indians in those days." Took Wrong Trail DeVrieze's father, a mason, decided to settle in Lincoln. i "We took the wrong road and; went west, ended up in Beatrice," i he recalled. "Those weren't roads ,| they were cow paths." ' j From Nebraska, DeVrieze mov-| ed to Iowa and then to Hollan-, dale. j He farmed until 1937, when he' Girls Convicted of Shoplifting BLOOMING PRAIRIE, Minn,— Two Freeborn County girls were charged with shoplifting Monday afternoon, the result of a two-county crackdown. Convicted of petty larceny before Justice of the Peace Charles Ellis were Gloria Miller, 18, Geneva, and Rita Waalkens, Hay ward. Each was fined $100 and costs and ordered to make resitution. The girls were arrested by Police Chief Glen Dennis, Freeborn County Deputy Sheriff Barney Lindahl and Steele County Deuty Sheriff Bud Coufal. Dennis said the girls admitted taking articles from Harriet's Ores Wei, Oelson's Variety Store, 111 e Hardware and Tire Co., and Faltejsek and Kubicek Hardware Store. They also had taken two purses belonging to employes of the Oel- Jane Afft Id* in 110.Volc* Choir RICEV1LLE, lowft — Jsn» Affeldt, daughteif of Mr, afld Mrs. Harold Atteidt, Is i ittfiifer of the llO-volce Concordli Chorale, Concotdla Teacheri Coflefe, 8e- ward, Neb, The chortle will give * concert Jan. 11. At JUcevllle High School, she received an award as an outstanding music student. Monday Volumt Greater Than 1957 Total of Christmas mail volume Monday surpassed last year's to* tal for a corresponding period for the first time this year, accord' ing to Postmaster Elmer Requa. Between Dec. 12 .and last night of 2,072,076 pieces of outgoing and in-coming mall was processed at the Austin office compared to 2,050,722 pieces in 19S7. This makes a total Increase of 21,354 pieces over last year. Cut in Telegraph Service Requested CARPENTER, Iowa — A petition to discontinue Western Union telegraph service at Carpenter will be heard by the Federal Communications Commission in Washington'. Persons desiring to oppose or support the petition should write the FCC office before Jan. 11. Substitute service for Carpenter would be available by telephone to Western Union's Austin office. Taopi Service Set for New Years' Eve TAOPI, Minn. — Young people of Taopi Covenant Church will >4us//n >4reo Servicemen Eugene 3. N«v» ak, son of Mrs. Martha Novak, 711 Oak, Ml COW' pleted boot training with the Navy at San Diego, Calif, Address. Eugene J. No-rak, FA, Division X, US3 Prairie AD- , 15, eVO'PPO, San*» Francisco, Calif. Novak A3c Robert M. Laughen, 803 W. Allegheney, is home on a is day furlough from March Air Force Base, California, where he is attending school. Sp. 4 John Rush, Mona, Iowa, arrived home for Christmas from Germany where he served for 16 months. Rush-tyas released from service at Fort Sheridan, 111,, Monday. Pfc. Wayne Hanson, Fort Mead. Md., is spending a two weeks leave, with his parents Mr, and Mrs. Carl Hanson, Lyle. Pfc. Stanley Bnckholtz, Riceville, Iowa, has been released from army service. He was stationed in Hawaii. His parent* art Mr. Mrs. Lester Buckholti. Pfc. Jamei Atrtettoft, Son of Mr. and Mrs, Jatttel Antferton, Rlceville, Iowa, is horn* on Christ mas leave front hit station to Bus? sac, Prance. Bad Weather Stalls Search for Lost C54 1 ANCHORAGE, Alwfct (AP) — Bad weather and early darknew stalled the 'search Monday night for an Air Fore* CM with IS aboard, missing and believed down along the rugged Aleutian fchain. The big, four-engined plane took off from Elmendorf Air Fore* Base here Monday morning and disappeared from the radarscope 47 minutes later. It was headed for the refueling and radar bast at Shemya, a tiny island in the North Pacific. The last fix on the plane wi« over the Iliamna Mountains, about 130 miles southwest of here, Snake eggs are more or lesi elastic and will bounce if not thrown too hard. Youth Fined in Skating Rink Fracas Ronald Johnson, 18, 1404 Walnut, was convicted on two counts of assault in Municipal Court to-[hold a New Year's Eve program day and was "fined $25 or 30 days' on each charge. Johnson was involved in a fracas last Thursday at the Lagoon skating rink and was later apprehended by police. Three other youths were sentenced Friday. ' Film Presented at Parish Meeting at the church. A program will be presented from 9 to 10, refreshments served from 10 to 11 and a devotional program held and film show from 11 to 12 p.m. SUFFERS BROKEN ARM RICEVILLE, Iowa — Mrs. Vern Hooper, who lives north of Riceville, suffered a broken arm when LYLE, Minn. — Trinity Luther- she fell against the kitchen range an Parish Brotherhood saw t he'Thursday, film "As the Twig is Bent" at their meeting Monday. Discussion was led by Olaf Rosvold, devotions were led by H. O. GIFT EXCHANGE RICEVILLE, Iowa — The annual Dale Bensend. SCHOOL CHRISTMAS PARTY RICEVILLE, Iowa — The rural school taught by Mrs. William son store, authorities said. ThejSmith, north of Riceville, led its Johnson and Bible Study by Nolan i Christmas P r °g ran » ° f »e Con- Wold. Refreshment chairman was!gregational Church will be held Christmas Eve. A gift exchange will follow. value of the loot was placed at $75. The arrests followed investigation and questioning of several youths in Steele and Freeborn counties. The gkls were not implicated other cases. Christmas party Friday. Santa Claus visited them, with gifts for adults and children. Chemically, soapstone, is hy- dromagnesium, silicate, generally .mixed with other minerals. $»*£& To all our friends we extend our best wishes for a wonderful Christmas, one filled with good cheer and many pleasant surprises. QUALITY APPLIANCE CO. Mr. and Mrs. Joke Uiem 207 N. Franklin Austin, Minn. The AUSTIN CLINIC WILL BE CLOSED IN THE AFTERNOON WEDNESDAY, December 24 The Business Office Will Be Open Until 4 p.m. Wednesday Emergency Colls: HE 3-2355 As .happy families everywhere gather together to celebrate this most festive of seasons, we take pleasure in extending to you our hope that all the joys of Christmas fill your home. Heise & Roberts Electric 107 W. Water Ph. HE 3-5812 TO OUR Customers and Friends For a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year JACK CARR PLUMBING & HEATING 504 N. Railway HE 3-8969 ZRUCKY Refrigeration Service HE 3-3607 AIR-CONDITIONING "And She Said That on a Party Line?" Speaking of parties . . . your friends will enjoy our candies, mixed nuts and other refreshments. NOTICE Our Store will close at 6:30 p.m. Christmas Eve. — and remain closed all day on Christmas. Merry Christmas To All AUSTIN DRUG St. Paul at Water St. Ph. HE 3-2105" I «9t happens every year at about this time, Somehow, hearts are lighter; friendships are warmer; a new spirit of good cheer is abroad in the land. You see it in every face, hear it in every voice, sense it everywhere in a hundred different ways. We would like to pack all of this Holiday spirit into our Christmas greetings to youl AUSTIN MINNESOTA LISTIN SAVINGS § LOAN ASSOCIATIO 128 NORTH MAIN

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